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Computer security pioneer John McAfee, in an interview with ABC News, called himself a "very nice guy" pursued by the corrupt government of Belize. He denied any involvement in the death of his neighbor, Gregory Faull. "I am a very nice guy and
The world financial and debt crisis can, at times, be better understood by looking at a small entity that is suffering from the same diseases as the major countries. The small Central American-Caribbean nation of Belize is, in many ways, a microcosm
In Belize, thousands of citizens are in an uproar about the government's determination to drill for offshore oil. The government, represented by Prime Minister Dean Barrow, was just narrowly re-elected -- but despite a clear message from the people,
Bare Knuckles & A 50-Buck Joke by Thomas MacMillan Nov 9, 2011 8:42 am Please enter the word you see in the image below: Two teenaged girls were working for a candidate in the West Rock neighborhood in Tuesday's election. A woman running the other
Staggers and Goldson are vying to represent Ward 30, which comprises the West Rock and West Hills neighborhoods in the northwest corner of the city. It's an area characterized by housing projects and working class African-American families, and a
Consul-General Abiodun Oluwarotimi 11 July 2011 interview Dr. Ifeanyichukwu Ifedi was recently appointed an Honorary Consul-General to Nigeria by the Government of Belize. Americas as the regional director for Central/South America and the Carribean.
Belize, CMC The Belize government says despite a court ruling last weekend it remains in control of Belize Telemedia Limited (BTL), the lone telecommunication company in the country. On Friday, the Appeal Court ruled that the takeover of BTL was
Oli Scarff/Getty Images A bank with close links to Lord Ashcroft will be accused in a British courtroom of keeping $10m destined for social housing in a poor central American country, in a legal battle that could embarrass David Cameron 's government.
The United Democratic Party (UDP) of Meghalaya has alleged it suffered severe political loss in the state due to flaws in the anti-defection law and proposed amendment of the 10th schedule by bringing autonomous district councils under its ambit.
You're comparing apples and oranges. That exchange, between city Assessor Bill O'Brien (pictured) and West Rock Alderman Darnell Goldson, came at Monday night's Cit Hall meeting of the Board of Aldermen's Tax Abatement Committee.